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  • Why change matters - Investing in change management (Healthcare Information Management & Communications (HCim&c), 2012, 26(3): 44-46)

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    06 February 2013

    This article examines the research and summarizes the business case for systematic change management supports when implementing health ICTs, which can lead to securing a better and faster return on investment as well as helping to realize long term...

  • 2015 - National Change Management Survey

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    09 November 2015

    This survey of change leaders and practitioners was commissioned to assess how change management is being conducted in healthcare across Canada. The focus was on gaining insights into Change Management best practices, enablers and barriers to change, as...

  • Alberta Provincial IM/IT Governance

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    16 November 2012

    This Powerpoint presentation describes Alberta's provincial IM/IT governance model, including scope, components, principles, accountability and structures. (March 2011).

  • An Integrated Approach to Change Leadership

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    "This paper will provide a brief overview of relevant background literature on leading change initiatives, introduce the DMW-NLI ( Dorothy Wylie Nursing Leadership Institute) Change Leadership conceptual framework, describe a number of activities that...

  • Change Management

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    cm-landingpage-imageChange management supports people as technology is implemented and includes a wide range of activities including workflow adaptation, behavioural and cultural transformation.

    Successful implementation of digital health solutions occurs when a technology is effectively embedded into daily workflows and results in widespread adoption and other long-term benefits including improved patient care and productivity gains. View our National Change Management Framework to learn more about the six core change management elements.

     

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  • Change Management

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    Change management supports people as technology is implemented and includes a wide range of activities including workflow adaptation, behavioural and cultural transformation. Successful implementation of digital health solutions occurs when a technology...

  • Change management guideline

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    The purpose of this guideline is to promote an understanding of the key requirements for the successful management of the change within an agency, such as changes in work practices and business processes that are associated with information and...

  • Clinical Deployment Guide for clinicians: a One Stop Guide to Clinicians Involved in Deploying IT Systems

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    “The guide is designed to help clinicians involved in business change projects enabled by information technology by helping them understand how they can contribute effectively and what roles and responsibilities they may be asked to undertake.”

  • Clinicians' Perceptions of Organizationals Readiness for Change in the Context of Clinical Information System Projects

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    “Organizational readiness is arguably a key factor involved in clinicians' initial support for clinical information system initiatives. As healthcare organizations continue to invest in information technologies to improve quality and continuity of care...

  • Defining Change Management

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    “What is change management?” This is a question you may have heard from colleagues or coworkers in passing or in formal presentations. While many of us “know” intuitively what change management is, we have a hard time conveying to others what we really...

  • Determining Project Governance Structure in eHealth Projects

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    16 November 2012

    A tool that guides the user to assess decision making tasks which may be associated with its eHealth projects, and identify at what level each of the decisions should be made.

  • Dispelling Change Management Myths - Tutorial

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    "Each of these myths represent a "change management" challenge for bringing change management into your organization. Some result from a lack of awareness of the need for change management, while others stem from a lack of knowledge about what change...

  • Getting ready for change self-assessment

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    This tool can be used to assess a hospital’s organizational infrastructure and its readiness to support effective implementation efforts. The checklist allows to highlight capabilities that should be in place within an hospital before implementing...

  • How Centered Leaders Achieve Extrodinary Results

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    “This article revisits the five dimensions of centered leadership—and their applicability to times of change. Five capabilities are at the heart of centered leadership: 1. finding meaning in work, 2. leveraging connections and community, 3. acting in...

  • Implementing and Sustaining Transformational Change in Health Care: Lessons Learnt about Clinicial Process Redesign

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    "This paper outlines the key criteria for successful use of this clinical process redesign in both implementing and sustaining improvement."

  • Influencers of change – the significance of informal power

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    This white paper produced by ChangeFirst, focuses on the three main change leadership roles: sponsors, influencers and change agents. Available in English only.

  • Leadership and Engagement for improvement for the NHS. Together we can.

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    "In a submission to this review, the Advancing Quality Alliance argued that successful leadership of health care improvement combines three sets of skills: service-specific knowledge, improvement know-how and change management skills."

  • Leading change by using continuous quality improvement

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    It seems reasonable to think that organizations differ in their readiness for change. This lecture answers two questions: "How do we know if an organization is ready?" and "What if it is not; what do we do then?"

  • Leading Transition: A New Model for Change

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    Established in 1990 as the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management, the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute furthers its mission to strengthen and inspire the leadership of the social sector and their partners in business and government...

  • Les changements émergents : les subir ou en tirer parti? (in French only)

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    For leaders and teams continuous emerging change management calls for a capacity to react in real-time, lots of flexibility and prime reaction capability. Here are four clues for action managers should care about to increase their team's agility:...

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